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What's up with the Cynergy?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Ricky B, Dec 3, 2008.

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  1. Ricky B

    Ricky B TS Member

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    I have been looking over the Browning catalog, and I see the Cynergy Classic Trap in various models. On the so-called Euro models, they have that funny looking recoil pad (Inflex Technology), and I can see how that is different. I don't get the difference between the "classic" Cynergy models and the Citori.

    Leaving aside the ad copy ("most advanced over and under shotgun available today"), how does the Cynergy differ from a Citori, and why would someone pay more for it than a Citori?

    Thanks in advance for all your replies.
     
  2. cle

    cle Member

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    The Citori is the 1980's version of the 1930's Browning Superposed and a move to lower manufacturing costs (and moved to Japan). You will note that the receiver on both models is fairly "tall" and in the opinion of some a bit "clunky." The receiver on a Cynergy is much "shorter" and thus, in the opinion of some, more "sleek." Browning achieved this sleeker design by entirely redesigning the receiver and particularly the barrel hingeing, cocking & ejector placement and action./CLE
     
  3. g7777777

    g7777777 TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    XT and Citori are the same gun - just cosmetics

    Cynergy is a new and totally different action and trigger design

    You have to shoot them to really see the difference and which one is for you-- just borrow one from someone locally to shoot a round or two

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  4. nobody

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    Now you just need a .410!
     
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